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you guys. all right. thanks. mark coming up next at 11. why such a small city? you don't expect these kind of heavy handed axe business owners in millbrae are reacting to a proposal that would require customers to show proof of vaccination, even for outdoor dining. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu fox two starts now. millbrae considered a vaccine mandate tonight that would require proof of the shot even for outdoor activities. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener. i'm frank somerville late tonight. city leaders, though, decided not to move forward with it. ktvu is asa smith is in millbrae with more on what happened as myth. well, frank tonight was the initial discussion and many people spoke during public comment the majority of them against the mandate, citing personal choice surrounding the vaccine, and many thought. it was overreaching. you know, i've
spoken to a lot of seniors and you know, a lot of them are still concerned about the delta area, even though they're vaccinated. um and they're afraid that allowed together. milbury councilman andrews fung wants anyone entering a restaurant gym and salon to verify they've been vaccinated, whether they're indoors or outdoors, his main reason to protect vulnerable people like seniors and children. he says he's gon support from restaurants like hong kong flour lounge, the biggest and most iconic restaurant. and city of millbrae. with shooting capacity over 400. there are 100% behind this mandate. i just think that it's a silly thing to do right now. i haven't heard of any other jurisdiction that requires proof of vaccine for outdoor dining. yo yo shwe, owner of wonderful restaurant called the councilman's proposal unreasonable. the owner says he's invested in plenty of safety measures him and his staff don't feel comfortable imposing mandates at the door. it's generally understood that outdoor dining is safer than indoor dining. there was a large study in ireland. that showed out of turns would be 2000 infections less than 1.
looked like they were from outside. dr gandhi of ucsf doesn't support the mandate since transmission outside is so low, she worries such a mandate could affect public buy in on the vaccine. i see that rationale for indoor. i think outdoor might be a little bit of an overstep. wednesday city council meeting in the majority of those who spoke during public comment were against it. taking the vaccine should be a personal choice. we should not be. unable to work, unable to dine out if you guys want to deny these business owners of business and mowbray, you're going to do it with the mandate because i will not shop or spend any of my hard earned money. in this town anymore. and council members expressed concerns and in the end, they decided to wait and see what san mateo county does next week. right now, san matteo county does not have a vaccine requirement, so no vote happened tonight, frank azenith smith fly for us. thank you azenith smith in l, a
county. they'll soon implement their own vaccine mandates starting next month. both customers and employees will have to show proof of at least one shot in order to go to indoor bars, wineries. breweries and nightclubs. county health officials also say they're recommending a similar mandate for indoor dining at restaurants, but they're not yet requiring a vaccine mandate for those restaurants. some sobering new numbers from the coronavirus pandemic across the country, an estimated one in 500 americans, one in 500 has now died from the coronavirus. there have been more than 664,000 coronavirus deaths in all in the united states. that's according to johns hopkins university. 67,000 of those deaths were here in california. there are more than 139,000 positive coronavirus cases per day. nationwide. and more than 90,000. people are hospitalized
from the coronavirus right now across the country. new at 11. police in san jose are investigating a shooting. it happened at about 7 40 tonight on story road near colmar drive. police say one person was shot and has suffered life threatening injuries. so far. no word about what led up to the shooting or if any arrests have been made. now to san francisco, where crews spent hours cleaning up after a water main break caused flooding near homes. some people say about a foot of water entered their basements and his ktvu is jana katsuyama reports. now they say, this is the second time the street is flooded because of a broken pipe. it was a shock to neighbors a sudden burst of water flooding the road from brunswick down to pope st. i just see this water gushing down our block. i'm like, what the heck is going on water from a broken pipe was flowing past parked cars and right into people's homes one of our elderly neighbors, her basement got flooded completely. so then we decided to help her
get a couple brooms, you know about the waters, firefighters and public utilities crews rushed to the spot, shutting down the road and bringing in heavy equipment to reach the pipe underground. the gushing slowed. black but neighbors along the 200 block of pope street or left with a mess, sopping wet floors, possessions in basements and garages, soaked and needing to be clean from the mud and debris carried down by the water. i own a party rental companies to all my tables and chairs that are inside. they all got a little bit of water damage. jackie's armando says her family had just had their basement redone. they had about a foot of water inside when i got here earlier was up to here. this is the second incident after stern rove was flooded with water last month in sf puc spokesman says the stern grove case was a broken air valve, he said. in this case, it appears the brunswick street incident was due to aging infrastructure. 12 inch water main broke the water main is from 1933, and we don't
have an exact cause. but it's an old water. main residents say it is the second time this street has flooded because of a broken pipe, the same corner where we had to break before is something that needs to be, i guess surveyed and i make sure that. it's the problems don't become. even worse. crews say they replaced an eight ft section of cast iron pipe and they plan to be back with a pavement crew to repave the street and the sidewalk. they say another team will analyze whether more of this transmission line needs to be replaced in san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu, fox two news. the chp is investigating a deadly crash in pacifica, where a car drove right off a cliff. the crash was reported about 2 20 this afternoon on highway one near the tom lantos tunnel. authorities say the car went a few 100 ft down the cliff and then landed on the beach below the car and the body of both been recovered. investigators are still trying to figure out what happened. in
san jose a former lab associate continued her testimony today in the federal criminal trial against elizabeth holmes. holmes is the founder of the blood testing company, theranos. she's charged with fraud and conspiracy for allegedly bilkin investigate investors out of $700 million and if she's convicted, she could go to prison for 20 years today, former company controller eric cheung told the jury that the company's blood testing machines frequently failed their quality can troll tests. chung testified that theranos also had a work around when the test failed, picking the best data points to make it look like the results were possible. governor newsom was in the bay area today, hours after his decisive victory in the recall election, he visited the melrose leadership academy in oakland to tout the state school state school reopening policies during the pandemic. the governor also spoke to students about the importance of voting after his landslide win, state republicans acknowledged they have a
challenge and connecting with the state's voters. it's still a party that needs to focus on presenting solutions to voters instead of just complaining about the democrats. the top republican vote getter, radio host larry elder hinted during his concession speech last night that he might run for governor again next year. president biden today released this statement on the results of the recall, he said quote this vote is a resounding win for the approach that he and i share to beating the pandemic. strong vaccine requirements strong steps to reopen schools safely and strong plans to distribute real medicines, not fake treatments to help those who gets sick. chase center hosts their first concert in over 600 days more on tame impala's performance and future shows scheduled at the arena
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demanding that the city clear this encampment or risk losing federal funding for future airport projects. the city says the camp is expected to be cleaned out by next month. san francisco is now offering to help businesses recover from acts of vandalism. it's all thanks to a fund set up by city leaders ktvu christien kafton tells us this funding could be critical for some businesses to keep their doors open after they've been targeted by vandals. in february, burglars broke into footprint in san francisco's sunset district, using a torch to shatter the glass. the whole incident captured by surveillance cameras, owner michael seus says, in addition to stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise, he was left with the damage to his clothing and shoe store. it was in the tens of thousands, including the merchandise that they took. as you know, they had to get amount of time to go around and pick what they wanted. congratulations. on wednesday she received a pair of checks from the city to help cover his losses after he approached his district supervisor gordon
marches suggests a fund for businesses like his. the supervisor pointed to a fire at a florist on irving that was burglarized and suffered a suspicious fire just over a week ago as just one of the recent businesses targeted by burglars and vandals. unfortunately that's a lot of businesses throughout the city, and particularly in our residential neighborhoods. during the pandemic. we've just seen a surge. storefront vandalism relief grant will give as many as 500 businesses up to $2000 apiece to help pay for things like deductibles and security upgrades. san francisco police say they're working hard to track down those responsible and just last month arrested a suspect they say was targeting asian owned businesses from the investigation in that arrest. what we were able to learn is that it was basically one person that was responsible for upwards of 30 or 40 incidents. mayor london breed saying those responsible have to face serious consequences. the fact is, we have to make sure that
we are doing everything we can in this city to hold people accountable. for his part, sue says he's happy to receive the funds and has committed to staying in business and the neighborhood where he grew up. i think every little thing will help being a small business owner. nothing is easy, but it's part of being able to pivot. during tragic times, and, um you just make it out of it. you'll find some way to survive in san francisco christian captain ktvu. fox two news. yeah chase center in san francisco held their first concert since the beginning of the pandemic. wow performance marks the first. excuse me. tom and paula took the stage tonight. it marks the first concert at chase center in 624 days. tom and paul was concert kicks off a series of events this fall it chase center, including michael boo blais, luke combs and the eagles fans
12 and older have to show proof of vaccination for all events with more than 1000 people at the chase center, and everyone has to wear a mask. a brand new music festival on mayor island gets underway tomorrow. organizers originally planned for 6000 people to attend the mayor island daca bay festival, but have now downsized the event. 2000 and attendees because of the coronavirus. it will feature three time grammy award winning artist fantastic egreteau, as well as groups like them vibes and new month soon there will also be jazz and acoustic staged featuring local bay area bands. this could be probably the best year to experience this festive. and we spared no expense with what this festival is going to produce. one bonus you don't even have to drive a fairy is taking people from san francisco or marin county to the venue. general admission is $75. you must be vaccinated or show a negative test to get in. your heart just sinks. you just
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hospital where he later died. the agency has refused to comment on why cortez was wanted by the fbi or why he was shot. they also said in a statement that the review process is thorough, objective and is conducted as expeditiously as possible under the circumstances, but the family says they want answers now. one justice for the officer involved. want to know why basically what he did to my brother. why he shot my brother. why? he killed my brother. he was a good guy. you know. he was a father was a brother certain he was a very lively person. the family says cortez was on parole for a drug related conviction that he was currently working for a supermarket so he could support his three children in santa cruz county officials have made a change to the public representation process for criminal defendants. anyone charged with a crime has the
right to a lawyer to represent them in court, and most counties have a public defender's office that provides that service for free in santa cruz county. that's free service has been provided by big, um christiansen. an and mince lav since 1975. but this week, the county board of supervisors appointed heather rogers as the first county employee to serve as public defender. she has worked for the law firm for 20 years. there is some serious frustration in the north bay at town there is losing power an average of once a week without any warning. pg and e says is part of a safety measure to deactivate some of the lines there if they get disturbed, but ktvu is, deborah villalon tells us, a business owner says this is making it almost possible for him to run his business. lauren jones opened his market wednesday but locked up soon after when the power went out, and this is the sixth time in six weeks that they've cut the power on announced.
lagunitas is a small town in west marin, where day long outages started in august, often 700 customers at a time, schools, homes and businesses all knocked out and so we had to put everything away. jones always rushes to get his perishable, safe and a generator running, preserving the food. but it can't power the store, so employees go home. customers are turned away. revenue lost your heart just sinks. you just go. oh god, and you don't know when it's going to be back on. people figured pg and e maintenance or tree removal was to blame will be open in the morning, okay, but are learning selected lines in their cases circuit, about a mile from lagunitas have been recalibrated and will deactivate if disturbed causes of the outages. whether it be a bird or squirrel. they all vary but the frequency and duration is you to stand that we've implemented. the utility has sent customers emails about the new fast trip setting postcards
also explain how the lines are more sensitive now for safety. we don't want the line to self correct itself and possibly spark a fire. so we made these adjustments on dozens of circuits and high fire threat areas across the bay area. what's tripped, a patrol has to come inspect and repair, but sometimes no malfunction or causes found realizing the outages are intentional and ongoing. jones wonders about the future of this century old store. well, how am i supposed to run a business like that? how can i run this place? no doubt, people would rather lose power, then burned down. but unlike the public safety power shutoffs, whether need not be a threat, and the there's no advanced notice the polls control themselves. i'm going to turn themselves. off that will. you don't even have an answer for that. pg and e plans to return high risk lines to normal when fire season ends in west marin, deborah villalon ktvu, fox two news. already
taking a look. second look at those temperatures from today they were cooler, obviously and in felt it, you could feel it. you feel out there now. temperatures are running a little cool and there were last night. there's a lot of fog. there's a lot of sea breeze. we're going to see temperatures in the mid and low fifties tonight, so it's getting chilly days are getting shorter. we're not far from the fall equinox terminal equinox, and as that happens right, the days are going to start getting shorter and shorter. think we're losing like about 2.5 almost three minutes of daylight a day now as each day as we go oh, forward. so it's getting more dark. it's dark out there. now, as you look at santa's a. no is that is that scott is that sounds a what is it? yeah it sounds like okay. i don't know why i look like jack lenin square to me. okay, so, yes. a little fog and sandals, a little fog pretty much and throughout the bay area tonight. um you can see the system coming in. this is the next weather system we're watching. we're already seeing the cool from the trough for the low and now there's the main event
right there, and this looks good for the northern california fires. this thing shows up on saturday night into sunday morning. is a big deal. yeah, i think it could be not necessarily for us directly, but indirectly, right you're going to put some rain some moisture on those fire zones in northern california, perhaps 1/10 perhaps an inch of rain, maybe more in some spots up around oregon. that's going to knock down some of the smoke so indirectly, we have an opportunity to benefit and hopefully we'll see some. maybe we get 1/10 of an inch that be great. after that, the high builds in as you know and then the winds go offshore for about 24 hours looking at the model. the models. there's numerous models, but looking at the different models. the solution on that is as offshore flow which is expected, but nothing too robust. nothing to you know, like no 90 mile an hour or 60 mile an hour winds more like 25 30 mile an hour winds. so as you look at the forecast highs for it, um ologists. no, it's going to be. mild to cool and that trend continue
continues in the five day forecast saturday and sunday. we're back into the seventies and the hotspots and that saturday it's really the saturday thing is really mostly about increasing clouds. it's overnight saturday and kind of kind of throughout the day on sunday for the bay area that chance of a shower it's not a deal breaker in terms of doing stuff, but it's for the bay area, but it's definitely something you'll be maybe wearing a jacket or having a dodge a few raindrops here or there. see your morning, bill. thank you. the giants try to extend their winning streak to 10 games are sports director
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trimmed to a game and a half and the giants nine game win streak is over. but there was a moment of levity had at the ballpark tonight. take a look at this full screen message. my divorce. are you kidding me? i don't know who max is. he's back in the game. look out for max. all maxes out their first inning giants in the bullpen game. adam crazier with a two run double for the padres, who eventually build up a five. nothing lead. eventually the giants chip away and, as usual, brandon belt had something to do with that hammering is 25th homer, but look at this. i've never seen this happen. a fan. that's a nice backhanded pets there, but i mean, maybe wait to the balls declared home run. they had to replay it. look at it. giants only down 752 on the bottom of the eighth inning. stephen duggar, who had also so homer to the game goes down on strikes. that's as good as it
would get. as the giants wind up lucy 96 both teams scoring in the ninth inning and there goes the nine game win streak. dodgers win it's a game and half lead. distress i would call it on the faces of a fans in kansas city you know about their bullpen doesn't matter how big the lead is mad. elson cranks went opposite field, two run homers. 35th is 101 101st rbs of the year. and they continued to build on this. and if you watch the aids lately, you know no lead is big enough starling. marta stings one to center. two runs are going to score at one point the a's lead this game 12 5 going to the bottom of the ninth, the lead has been cut to 12 10 royals load the bases. andrew chafin barely gets that last out on the ryan hearn grounder. hit back to him. the ace didn't win. they survived. 12 10. what a great year olson's having all
right in a soccer match. if you give up four goals, chances are you're not going to win. but that happened with the quakes. they didn't win, but they sure made it interesting. they call him show fees. he's also known as javier lopez, and you talk about a killer crowds over models. look at that right there. he had the hat trick that tied it for the quakes against real salt lake 22. now we're 33 84. first met it. rubio reuben, i'll play nice paths with the left foot game decider. 43 real salt lake is a winner over the san jose earthquakes, all right, and that is the last moment we have for check this out. you're going to love this here. frank because i know your hero is j. j watt look at his off season workout right here. this is in wisconsin. he sucks him. well,
how are you, kid? nice there. you idolize this guy anyway, frank now i want you to take up this idea. dudley isn't guess. wow cardinals defensive lineman. that's the sporting life cold that's the sporting life cold out. happy divorced yes, but it's his kindergarten graduation party today. okay, no messy goodbyes, i'm out of here. ay, papi, i'm going to miss you. can you at least stay for the party that i'm making for joe? mom, mrs. nussbaum is paying me to get her car to delaware by friday at noon. i already lost an hour looking for my driving gloves. you're plowing through the heartlands in an inchworm-green camry with a bumper sticker that says "meat is murder." i hid these gloves for a reason. listen, uh, we weren't kidding about you being careful. and, uh, not to get dramatic, keep your wits about you. -here. -what the hell is that? it's an air freshener. what does it look like? i'm going on the martha stewart bed-and-breakfast tour of america, not an aboriginal manhood quest. i'm not saying you're gonna need it, just better safe than sorry.